Issue 10 (Spring 2016) proves that “Governments” aren’t all red tape and dry bureaucracy, but rather the links between all bodies, all wits, and the contexts for human passions.
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Table of Contents
Wax Names, by Evelyn Deshane
The Problem with Thunderstorms, by Dennis Mombauer
A Million Future Days, by Charles Payseur
Tiny Guns, by Steven Earnshaw
The Transfigured Knight, by Alvaro Zinos-Amaro
The Automatic Prime Ministers, by Kate Heartfield
Likhain (cover illustration) is a queer Filipina artist who tells stories through calligraphy and ink, watercolour, and poems. Her written work as M Sereno has appeared in Strange Horizons, Goblin Fruit, Stone Telling, and Interfictions, and she has the happy honour of having previously illustrated for Lackington’s as well as creating the ebook cover for Zen Cho’s Spirits Abroad. She lives in regional Australia with her partner and two ridiculous Pomeranians, and spends her nights dreaming in the Philippines. Follow her on Twitter at @likhain.
Many thanks to the talented artists who drew interior art for this issue: Carrion House, Luna Lynch, Stacy Nguyen, Pear Nuallak, Cesar Valtierra, Richard Wagner, and Kat Weaver.